Viceroy's House  

The end of an empire. The birth of two nations.

Viceroy's House (2017)

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In 1947, Lord Mountbatten assumes the post of last Viceroy, charged with handing India back to its people, living upstairs at the house which was the home of British rulers, whilst 500 Hindu, Muslim and Sikh servants lived downstairs.

Director: Gurinder Chadha

Release Date: 2017-03-03
Status: Released
Run time: 106 min / 1:46
Revenue: $7,823,256
Production Companies : Pathé!, BBC Films, Bend It Films
Production Countries: India, United Kingdom
Release Date: 2017-03-03
Status: Released
Run time: 106 min / 1:46
Revenue: $7,823,256

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Hugh Bonneville
as Lord Mountbatten
Gillian Anderson
as Edwina Mountbatten
Michael Gambon
as General Hastings Ismay
Manish Dayal
as Jeet
Huma Qureshi
as Aalia
David Hayman
as Ewart
Simon Callow
as Cyril Radcliffe
Om Puri
as Ali Rahim Noor
Lily Travers
as Lady Pamela Hicks
Simon Williams
as Archie Wavell
Arunoday Singh
as Asif
Sarah-Jane Dias
as Sameera
Lucy Fleming
as Lady Wavell
Marcus Jean Pirae
as Alan Campbell Johnson
Samrat Chakrabarti
as Mohsin
Terence Harvey
as Sir Fred Burrows
Roberta Taylor
as Miss Reading
Neeraj Kabi
as Mahatma Gandhi
Denzil Smith
as Muhammad Ali Jinnah
Darshan Jariwala
as Guptaji
Rajendranath Zutshi
Jaz Deol
as Duleep
Robin Soans
as Governor Jenkins
Tanveer Ghani
as Jawaharlal Nehru
as Farrukh
Hriiday Malhotra
as Sanjit
Noah Zeiler
as Henry Grady
Nicholas Blane
as Sir Olaf Kirkpatrick Caroe


Production Paul Mayeda Berges Producer
Production Gurinder Chadha Producer
Production Deepak Nayar Producer
Production Michelle Guish Casting
Production Seher Latif Casting
Directing Gurinder Chadha Director
Writing Paul Mayeda Berges Writer
Writing Moira Buffini Writer
Editing Valerio Bonelli Editor
Editing Victoria Boydell Editor
Art Laurence Dorman Production Design
Art Mat Bergel Art Direction
Art Ravi Srivastava Art Direction
Writing Gurinder Chadha Writer
Camera Ben Smithard Director of Photography
Art Seema Kashyap Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Keith Madden Costume Design
Directing San Davey Script Supervisor
Art Matt Curtis Title Designer
Sound Christoph Bauschinger Music Editor
Sound Jen Moss Music Supervisor
Costume & Make-Up Riyaz Ali Merchant Assistant Costume Designer
Costume & Make-Up Susie Lewis Costume Supervisor
Production Shubham Gaur Casting Associate
Production Trishaan Casting Associate
Lighting Ramesh Sadrani Gaffer
Camera Ben Smithard Camera Operator
Lighting Chris Georgas Gaffer
Camera Rafael Sahade Steadicam Operator
Visual Effects Freya Wheelan Visual Effects Coordinator
Visual Effects Malin Leuchovius Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Erica Winkler Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Ivan Lindfors Digital Compositors
Visual Effects Denis Reva Digital Compositors
Sound Ishbel Beeson ADR & Dubbing
Sound Paula Boram Foley
Sound Meltem Baytok Topalakci Foley
Sound Glen Gathard Foley
Sound Lilly Blazewicz Foley Editor
Sound Peter Hanson Foley Editor
Sound Mathias Schuster Foley Editor
Editing Jens Rosenlund Petersen Dialogue Editor
Sound Glenn Freemantle Sound Designer
Sound Mark Heslop Sound Effects Editor
Sound Mike Dowson Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Johnathan Rush Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Glenn Freemantle Supervising Sound Editor
Costume & Make-Up Luize Joyce Margaret Key Hair Stylist
Costume & Make-Up Kamlesh U. Shinde Key Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Jacqueline Fowler Makeup Department Head
Costume & Make-Up Ray Marston Wigmaker
Editing Gareth Spensley Digital Intermediate
Sound A. R. Rahman Original Music Composer

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  • Viceroy's House is a fine history lesson mashed in with a so-so romantic drama. Gambon is the actor's gold standard and Anderson really outshines a lackluster turn by Bonneville.

  • Viceroy’s House review – gripping political drama with a populist edge 3 / 5 stars 3 out of 5 stars. Director Gurinder Chadha delivers a lavish yet heartfelt account of the household caught in ...

  • Cramming ample history into a compact running time without sacrificing flow or interest, “Viceroy’s House” is a handsome, fleet look at the months leading up to India’s independence from ...

  • Summary: India, 1947: Lord Mountbatten (Hugh Bonneville) is dispatched, along with his wife Edwina (Gillian Anderson), to New Delhi to oversee the country’s transition from British rule to independence. Taking his place in the resplendent mansion known as the Viceroy’s House, Mountbatten arrives hopeful for a peaceful transference of power.

  • The movie is about the intrigue and gossip of the Viceroy’s House itself, the imperial seat of administration in Delhi and its microcosmic symbolism for the country as a whole.

  • Viceroy's House is an extremely powerful historical docu-drama made in the classical style that should go a long way toward educating the outside world on the roots of a deadly dangerous conflict that continues to simmer today, seven decades later -- between two nuclear armed giants.

  • Viceroy's House is tripped up by clunky exposition as it tries to explain the social and political context of the time/situation. The romantic subplot, unfortunately, feels plastered on, rather than natural.

  • A review of the first two episodes of Amazon's The Romanoffs. Other Articles. Bright Wall/Dark Room October 2018: A Story with A Ghost in It: On Family, ... Marching into theaters while marking the 70th anniversary of India’s liberation from British rule is “Viceroy’s House,” directed and co-written by Gurinder Chadha.

  • Setting the story in the Viceroy's immense house, with Mountbatten (Hugh Bonneville) and his wife Edwina (Gillian Anderson) newly arrived, gleaming, sweating and bursting with goodwill, is a great ...

  • Viceroy's House is a 2017 British-Indian historical drama film directed by Gurinder Chadha and written by Paul Mayeda Berges, Moira Buffini, ... On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 76% based on 41 reviews, with an average rating of 6/10.